help exploited children. teresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. on the "cbs moneywatch," paypal is giving facebook a run for its money, and what's pushing oil prices higher. marlie hall is here with those stories and more. good morning, marlie. >> good morning, anne-marie. two big issues pushed wall street stocks lower. first renews fears that the fed will wind down its stimulus program in autumn, and disappointing sales forecasts for walmart and cisco systems. the dow ended 225 points lower on thursday, its lowest in two months. the nasdaq was down 63 points. those fears sent asian stocks tumbling. japan's nikkei fell almost 1% while china's hang seng dropped a fraction. the news was a little better on the employment front. the labor department said on thursday the number of americans applying for unemployment benefits dropped by 15,000 last week to a seasonably adjusted 320,000. that's the smallest number in almost six years. however, hiring remains sluggish, resulting in only modest job growth.